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To come next, or follow; to happen as a consequence
Ensue
juicy; not dry or dull; having fleshy plant tissue that conserves moisture; a plant that has such tissues
Succulent
to make easier or more convenient; to aid or asssist in
Facilitate
a vast, almost treeless plain in southeastern Europe or Asia
Steppes
a food served either before a meal or with drinks
hors d'oeuvre
suitable; advantageous; based on self-interest
expedient
acceptable to the mind; fit to be eaten; pleasant-tasting
palatable
a piece of dining room furniture with cupboards and drawers; a meal set out so that people may serve themselves
buffet
to fall from a higher level (as of manners) to a lower; tp [ass gradually; to come to an end; a slight, temporary error or slip; a fall from a better to a worse condition
lapse
very pleasing; delightful; delicious
delectable
capable of being measure or expressed as an amount
quantitive
the highest point of any course or path; the point in the sky directly above an observer
Zenith
showing a clever or shrewd mind; crafty
astute
to return in thought or speech; to happen or appear again; to occur at intervals
recur
helpful; tending to promote as a result; contributory
conducive
irregular; not steady; uncertain
erratic
a Muslim house of worship
Mosques
relating to a simple country way of life; relating tpo shepherds; rural
pastoral
a necessity; a requirement; absolutely necessary; required by circumstances
requisite
a natural ability; the ability to learn
aptitude